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Grandaddy Mimms Moonshine Blueberry Cobbler
About Grandaddy Mimms Moonshine Blueberry CobblerThe Story of Grandaddy Mimm's Moonshine starts with Jack "Mimm" McClure, a moonshiner and philanthropist who was known far and wide for his charitable spirit and bootlegging escapades. He started distilling in the 1930s. "Jack McClure was the John Wayne of our section. A bear like man who weighed about 250 pounds, he wore a Stetson hat, and his shirt was always, even in winter, unbuttoned with a mat of reddish-gray hair exposed. He was loved, hated, respected, and feared, depending upon the experience one had had with him," said Gov. Zell Miller of the man.
He was given the nickname "Grandaddy Mimm" by his grandchildren, one of which being the prolific country musician Tommy Townsend of Waymore's Outlaws fame. In 2012 Townsend took it upon himself to resurrect his grandfather's moonshine using the original recipes and two stills designed by McClure and made in Georgia. The family-run operation uses locally-sourced ingredients. The lineup now consists of several expressions ranging from their flagship, the original Authentic Corn Whiskey, to Peach, Apple, Cherry, Blackberry, and a 140-proof monster, Mule Kickin' 140. Each expression comes in a homely yet old-school stylish mason jar.
Grandaddy Mimm's Blueberry Cobbler Moonshine is a tamed-down 40-proof flavored Moonshine that pays tribute to Granny Sue's pies. Mimm's wife used to make these from freshly-picked blueberries and she was just as famous for them as her husband was for his moonshine. Made to taste like a pie in a jar of moonshine, it's a creamy and fruity delight that goes well with cream soda and has a beautiful blue color.
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About Other Spirits
We understand that some people are explorers at heart, and the classics just won't cut it.
For those people, many other unique spirits are not listed in the main categories but are still worth the mention, such as absinthe, aperitivos, and other Special spirits.